Enjoy the Kachina Wetlands with Audubon Society

Enjoy the Kachina Wetlands with Audubon Society
The Kachina Wetlands Preserve is one of Flagstaff’s hidden gems, providing a peaceful respite in a stunning natural environment.
The local community is invited to join the Northern Arizona Audubon Society for a Sunday morning of nature, observation and wildlife on October 15. From 7 am to 10 am, visitors will observe the wetlands, keeping a close eye out for migrating waterfowl and fascinating birds. 
Those interested in participating should meet at Raymond County Park on that Sunday morning. To reach Raymond County Park, guests should drive south on I-17 and take the Kachina Village/Mountainaire exit. After exiting, turn right and take another hard right onto the frontage road. Raymond County Park will be about 50 yards on the left hand side. 
While the The Kachina Wetlands Preserve was initially established as a wastewater evaporation pond, the area has quickly transformed into much more, serving as a popular destination for recreation, jogging, biking and, of course, bird watching. With over 200 bird species, including Canada Goose, Cinnamon Teal, Green-winged Teal, Ruddy Duck, Pied-billed Grebe, and Virginia Rail, the preserve boasts great observatory opportunities.

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